Corning to showcase R&D innovations at 2020 Taiwan Innotech Expo

Corning has announced it will exhibit technologies from its latest R&D innovations at the 2020 Taiwan Innotech Expo (TIE), one of the largest invention fairs in Asia, beginning September 24.

The event is organized by the Taiwanese government to stimulate innovation and create cross-regional business opportunities.

Corning said it will showcase a variety of innovative technologies for the first time in Taiwan to address the concept of a clean and smart future. Showcased technologies include clean-air solutions, hyperspectral solutions, continuous flow reactors, and antimicrobial coating technologies.

“We are grateful for the opportunity to participate in this invention fair,” said Ian Park, director of Corning Research Center Taiwan (CRCT). “We believe showcasing Corning’s research and development innovations will facilitate business talks and ideas that will lead to solutions for a better future.”

The 2020 Taiwan Innotech Expo will feature more than 1,000 of Taiwan’s latest tech innovations, such as IoT, robotics, automation, smart manufacturing, and healthcare.

The company’s exhibits at booth D0101 in the Innovation Pilot Area will include Corning Air Purification System (CAPS), Hyperspectral Imaging, Advanced-Flow Reactors (AFR) and Guardiant.

According to the company, CAPS captures particulate matter (PM) for indoor ventilation and large outdoor air-purification systems. The PM capture is effective for both dispersed and secondary sources.

Hyperspectral Imaging provides hyperspectral sensors and full hyperspectral systems for all applications, including precision agriculture, industrial, environmental monitoring, mining, and mineralogy.

AFR enables the conversion from traditional batch to continuous-flow chemical processing for lab- to industrial-scale production, offering an inherently safer technology for the production of chemicals in the pharmaceutical, specialty, and fine-chemical industries.

Guardiant functions as a paint preservative and an antimicrobial for painted surfaces. The breakthrough technology is a glass ceramic powder that harnesses the most active antimicrobial state of copper ions and releases the copper ions over time to effectively preserve paint and reduce pathogens from painted surfaces.

The show will take place September 24 through 26 at the Taiwan World Trade Center Exhibition Hall 1.-Digi Times

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